This site is owned and operated by the Center for Children’s Law and Policy (CCLP). Your privacy on the Internet is of the utmost importance to us. At CCLP, we want to make your experience online satisfying and safe. Because we gather certain types of information about our users, we feel you should fully understand the terms and conditions surrounding the capture and use of that information. This privacy statement discloses what information we gather and how we use it.
The CCLP website gathers information that users provide through optional, voluntary submissions. These are voluntary submissions to receive our free electronic newsletters, to participate in our message boards or forums, and from participation in polls and surveys. This information allows us to better tailor our content to readers' needs and to better understand the demographics of our audience. Under no circumstances does CCLP divulge any information about an individual user to a third party.
INHERENT RISKS OF THE INTERNET
All information gathered on the Site is encrypted for storage on our server. However, as effective as encryption technology is, no security system is impenetrable. We cannot guarantee the security of our database, nor can we guarantee that information you supply will not be intercepted while being transmitted to us over the Internet. Of course, any information you include in a message you post to any message board, forum or other public posting area is available to anyone with Internet access. If you do not want people to know your email address, for example, do not include it in any message you post publicly.
PRIVACY OF CHILDREN
Children should always get permission from their parents before sending any information about themselves (such as their names, email addresses, and phone numbers) over the Internet, to us or to anyone else.
CHANGES TO THIS POLICY
The Web is an evolving medium and as such we reserve the right to change, update or alter this policy at any time. Of course, our use of information gathered while the current policy is in effect will always be consistent with the current policy, even if we change that policy later.
Models for Change
Working to eliminate racial and ethnic disparities in juvenile justice systems.